New report of illegal bacteria overload in batch of Trappist Dairy Fresh Milk brand

A batch of Trappist Dairy Fresh Milk has been reported as exceeding the legal limit of bacteria.

Samples of the contaminated milk were collected from Park ‘N Shop in Wang Tau Hom, and the Centre for Food Safety (CFS) report that the sample was a whopping measurement of 260,000,000 bacteria per millilitre when regular milk after pasteurisation should not be more than 30,000 bacteria per millilitre.

CFS has urged customers not to drink the affected product but has stressed that consumption does not lead to food poisoning, just that testing indicated unsatisfactory hygiene conditions.

Shops have been advised by CFS to stop selling the affected Trappist Dairy Fresh Milk products.

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